Surprisingly, a bunch of students from Keshlata Institute of Paramedical Sciences indulged in protests and boycotted examinations alleging that the institute officials “were not providing them cheating material unlike in past years”.
The matter went quite far when a student tried to hang himself for being denied the right to cheat whereas many other students of the same batch inflicted cuts on themselves.
Due to the ruckus created at their examination centre in Rohilkhand Medical College (RMC), college authorities called the police to pacify the angry bunch.
One of the students, who did not wish to be named, said, “Last year, too, students were facilitated with cheating material inside the examination hall. We were merely demanding the same. Staff members rarely taught us during the session and notes downloaded from the internet were distributed among us. Teachers did not even bother to complete our syllabus.”
On the other hand, the college authorities denied all such allegations by stating them to be baseless, “All allegations related to the institute providing the students with cheating material during examinations are baseless. Majority of students involved in the protests never attended classes and forced other students to boycott examinations. Examinations at our institute are always conducted with transparency.”
So, what do you think is cheating material a rightful demand?